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July 09, 1984 | Henry Hecht
Cleveland manager Pat Corrales was explaining the way he was juggling his catchers, Jerry Willard and Chris Bando. He called it his "hot and mad" theory. At the time, Bando was the hot hitter and Willard was the mad...
April 09, 1973
When baseball's believers gather for services they are in a sense assembled on the slope of a volcano. For a time it is very, very peaceful, and then suddenly it is very, very hot. No sporting religion would long be...
April 02, 1984 | Ivan Maisel
As big a failure as Wile E. Coyote in recent years, the Indians are going to make like roadrunners in 1984. "Speed is constant," general manager Phil Seghi says. "Speed doesn't go into slumps." As Earl Weaver might...
August 01, 1983 | Herm Weiskopf
Yankee Reliever Rich Gossage "earned" the strangest save of his career last Sunday when, with New York leading 4-3, Kansas City's George Brett was called out after slugging a 1-0 Gossage pitch into Yankee Stadium's...